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Murray Makes Quite An Entrance on ‘Letterman’

Keeping up with his history of memorable appearances on David Letterman‘s ‘Late Show,’ legendary funny man Bill Murray stopped by last night and made one heck of an entrance via a hysterically put together kidnapping scene.

But the captivity spoof wasn’t all Murray offered. During his segment he discussed old ‘SNL‘ pastimes; particularly watching the lighting of the Rockefeller Christmas Tree. And as luck would have it, behind Letterman’s desk were a couple of Santa hats, some hot cocoa, a few spices and a whole lot of marshmallows. All of this allowed Murray to relive some holiday memories with an old friend.

And let’s not forget that kiss under the mistletoe. It’s official — America loves Bill Murray.

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